The last three months have been devastating for so many.
With so much anger and hurt, in a world that now looks very different from what we remember at the start of the year, we want to focus on a symbol of hope.
The Rainbow flag for many years has been a symbol of hope, peace, and equality for the LGBTQ community, a community that is very close to the hearts of Apartbook.
In recent times the Rainbow and the flag have been adopted in a show of hope for our valued NHS, and has again pulled together people across the country in unity with the fight against COVID 19.
Every June we celebrate World Pride Month.
World Pride Month is a global celebration to promote freedom and equality for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) community across the globe, basic human rights which are still not granted in many countries.
This year the change of our logo feels even more important.
While we push for equality in the LGBTQ community, current protests have shown the world again how many different communities globally also struggle for the same rights.
We celebrate World Pride Month with the symbol of the Rainbow and stand in solidarity with everyone fighting for hope, peace, and equality.